First VMUG of the year*. That has a nice sound to it. Full of promises for lots of good events to come. The lovely folks who organise the London VMUG look to be putting on a super first event for 2014 and I’m looking forward to it. As well as having a distinctly “cloudy” flavour to it, there’s a series of lightning talks on home labs scheduled. I know that the committee have been debating a trial of this format for a while now because I’ve suggested it a time or two myself. It works very well at CloudCamp (which, coincidentally, is on the same day but starting at 6:30pm – register for it here if you’re interested) and I hope it will fit in very nicely here too. Track A Track B 0830 – 0945 Event Reception 1000 – […]
Jeremy and I participated in a brief Google Hangout today with Simon Eady and Barry Coombs, our co-leaders of the South West UK VMUG. We officially announced our first meeting date (Tuesday 18th February 2014 in central Bristol) and spent some time discussing some of the things that we collectively did at VMworld Europe recently. The full video of the hangout is below. Once venues etc are firmed up for our first SWVMUG meeting we’ll get a registration link opened up on our VMUG page.
There’s now an agenda posted for next month’s UK VMUG in Birmingham. As you can see, it’s got some cracking sessions in it. If you haven’t registered yet, or you want to check the agenda out for yourself, head over to the VMUG site. TIME EVENT LOCATION Wednesday, November 20,2013 7:00 -9:00 pm Pre-Reception vCurry – Veeam Bracebridge Suite Thursday, November 21, 2013 8:00 – 8:30 am Registration | Breakfast | Mingle with Sponsors Trafalgar Foyer 8:30 – 9:00 am VMUG Welcome | Alaric Davies Britannia Suite 9:00 – 9:45 am VMware Keynote | Joe Baguley, VMware CTO EMEA Britannia Suite 9:45 10:00 Mingle with Sponsors Imperial Suite 10:00 – 10:45 am Breakout Block #1 | Education Sessions 50% Faster VMs on the Hardware You Have!, Condusiv Bracebridge Suite Convergence and Scalability in Your Datacenter. Bringing Google like Infrastructure to […]
Registration for the second London VMUG of the year is open. As usual, it will be at the London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (33 Queen Street, London, EC4R 1AP) between 8:30 and 17:00 and there will be vBeers afterwards. The sponsors for this event are VMTurbo, Nimble Storage and Veeam. The agenda is yet to be finalised but it’s likely to be awesome as usual. What are you waiting for? Head over to the VMUG website, register and stick it in your calendar before someone sticks a different meeting in there! Update: 16/04/2013 The agenda was published a week or so ago. Lots of great sessions on there: Time Capital A Capital B Square Room 8:30 EVENT RECEPTION 10:00 Welcome 10:15 Shmuel Kliger, Founder VMTurbo Software-Defined Control – Transforming IT Operations 11:00 Greg Ferro, packetpushers.net Don’t Do Virtual Networking, Do Cloud Networking. […]
You know that I love my VMUGs. They’re great events that offer plenty of opportunities to meet new people, network, learn a thing or two and – best of all – they’re free to attend! Thursday 24th January 2013 see’s this year’s first London VMUG occurring at the usual place near Mansion House tube station: London Chamber of Commerce and Industry 33 Queen Street London, EC4R 1AP There are some great presenters and subjects on the agenda, including the event’s sponsors – Nutanix, 10 ZiG and Zerto. There are usually a few prizes / giveaways on offer and I’m adding to that pot with a couple of VMware Fusion 5 Professional licenses… If you can’t make the event itself then there’s always vBeers nearby afterwards. It’s well worth attending, register on the VMUG website here. Agenda Here’s the Agenda: 8:30 Event Reception […]